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Are these signs of a coming market collapse?

Dear ,

Mike Larson

We’ve seen a rally in the major averages, and the usual cheerleaders on CNBC are out touting stocks again.

Don’t be fooled. My work tells me this is just a temporary pause before the next leg of the unfolding bear market gets underway!

Why? All of the underlying economic problems we’re facing are bad and getting worse ...

Corporate sales and earnings are falling at the worst rate since the Great Recession. The recent jobs report was abysmal. Manufacturing in America has plummeted to the lowest level in two years.

Meanwhile, retail sales are slowing down sharply despite falling gas prices. Durable goods orders just dropped sharply for the second month in a row. Bonds, commodities, and even many stock market sectors aren’t confirming the advance.

All these signs (and more) point to one thing, in my opinion:

We are in the early stages of what could be the MOST BRUTAL BEAR MARKET we’ve seen in recent history.

Investors who are unprepared for it stand to lose everything.

I don’t want YOU to be one of them.

That’s why I’d like to invite you to join me, for a free online briefing titled “Profiting from the Return of the Bear Market.”

In this all-important briefing, I will show you why I believe we are now in a bear market … and why it is here to stay.

AND, I’ll cover what you can do to go for windfall profits by putting your money in the investments designed to SOAR during times like these.

This briefing is only taking place on one day only — next Monday, November 2nd at 2 PM Eastern Time. It’s absolutely free to attend.

Please, do NOT miss it.

Click here to register now.

All the best,


Mike Larson

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